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April 9, 2005 | Web Design & Development
Take for example is method of repeating a table row based on a template. The template contains code like this (greatly simplified to show only one item):
<!-- product info repeats here --> <tr> <td> ~~IWAA_UT_UDF_IAA~~ </td> </tr> <!-- end product info repeat -->
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most of my knowledge came from google.com. it’s got the greatest resources you can ever have. 😛
Right now, webmonkey is my friend.
O’Reilly’s books have pleased me.
webmonkey’s tutorial is old and a bit out of date, but it’s good to get started.
So rather than searching the entire document for a given string, the script probably only searches certain locations for strings.
Anyway, I’m enjoying and learning a lot from O’Reilly’s big fat reference book.
I almost bought that today at the Barney (read: Barnes & Noble) but I can get it cheap at SoftPro (a local techy book store).
I’m noticing the WebMonkey tutorial mention that it might be time to upgrade from IE 3, so yeah, its a bit out of date. So far though everything has worked except for the window.status but that’s pretty trivial and really, who cares?!?
As for the script I mentioned – going through and hitting all the TDs is how I’m gonna have to fix their crap. The script comes out of providex which, by my best guess, is a weird variant of Perl.
Heeeey. w3schools.com has a JS section. Neat!
I agree with John Pennypacker. O’Reilly’s books never disappointed me.
tom is wise. 🙂
Well, that is the book I ended up buying. We’ll see how it goes.
O’Reilly’s books whether it was small quick reference pocket books or the PHP CookBook, etc, all of them were detailed, fun, and informative.
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